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The Beijing Olympics this summer were supposed to be China’s coming-out party, celebrating the end of nearly two centuries of weakness, poverty and humiliation. Instead, China’s leaders are tarnishing their own Olympiad by abetting genocide in Darfur and in effect undermining the U.N. military deployment there. The result is a growing international campaign to brand these “The Genocide Olympics.”

Below you can follow some of these interesting links with blogs and articles, we have received from a supporter of the Color Orange:

Olympic Teams Prepare for the Dirty Air in Beijing


China's Leaders Signal Shift in Tactics Toward Religion                                                 

China's Hu wants propaganda surge at home and abroad                                                                                    With the Olympic Games less than 200 days, away China's President and                                                                       Communist Party boss Hu Jintao on Tuesday called on cadres to step up                                                                      their propaganda work to foster stability at home and a positive image abroad.                                                              

Workers Riot at Maersk Factory in Southern China                                                                                                 
Hundreds of workers at a factory in southern China owned by Danish shipping                                                                giant Maersk rioted earlier this week, clashing with security guards and smashing                                                    property after a colleague was beaten for jumping a lunchtime queue..
Trial of dissident Chinese writer Lu Gengsong opens as curbs tighten on dissent
Well-wishers Detained Outside Hu Jia's Beijing Home
Two faces of China
The West views this Asian country as a new world economic dynamo,                                                                           but also as a closed society captive to its dated Communist structure.
Review: China Modernizes
Is China proving that developing countries are better off under an authoritarian                                                           regime that focuses on developing the economy, rather than under a democratic                                                          regime that gives emphasis to political participation? And if the enjoyment of                                                                 human rights improves with economic prosperity, isn’t it wiser to restrict them                                                                   in the short term and allow them only once income levels take off?
China's farmers protest a key Mao tenet
Peasants want to own their land and have organized rallies in several provinces.                                                           More are planned.
Corruption blurs China's goal of harmonious society
How to Create a Live Interview (series of photos shows how “live”                                                           interviews on Chinese TV are often scripted)
China growth reaches 13-year high
Al-Jazeera (English) report on China-India relations mentions Tibet issue












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26 August: Olympic hangover – Media self criticism would be seemly

16 August: Usain Bolt wearing orange bracelet to the Olympic 100m gold record-breaking victory in Beijing

13 August: Rafael Nadal wearing an orange headband in Beijjing

7 August: Application for permission to demonstrate in the 3 special protest zones during OG in Beijing 2008

6 August: China’s OG website hacked ??

17July: Tour de France and TheColorOrange in Narbonne, photos

2 July: Open letter to the participants of the OG2008 distributed to about 30,000 MPs all over the world.

10 June: The Color Orange needs you!! to make an Orange wind blow in China. Click here for more information about The Color Orange supporting groups 

Videos and other information about the activities in Hong Kong

12-15 May: Link to article about this case: The Dutch Olympic Committee fears that The Netherlands will be taken as Orange hostage in Beijing 2008.

8 May: Advises about the use of The Color Orange at the Olympics in Beijing 2008, and the IOC’s latest words of restrictions and dress-code.

8 May: IOC is trying to avoid political manifestations during OG 2008.

30 April: The Pillar of Shame painted orange. See the photos

30 April:  Make pieces of orange cloth and tie them on to sculptures all over the cities where you live and give moral support to the Chinese democracy fighters.

28 April: Declaration  

from TheColorOrange team that was refused entrance into Hong Kong

TheColorOrange in Hong Kong

26 April to 6 May
See all the latest news and pictures
of our orange activities in Hong Kong
when the Olympic Torch arrives

BBC TV about 

TheColorOrange in Greece

17 April: Olympic Torch will be met

with orange actions when it comes to China

14 April: The pen is stronger than the sword

28 March 2008

Greek police bans orange clothes
  during Olympic Torch Relay

Danish activists stopped by the Greek police

The Chinese democracy

 movement backs

The Color Orange Campaign

The Hong Kong Alliance, one of the cornerstones

 of the Chinese democracy movement has now

decided to join the orange manifestations.

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